In-person Open Lab for Friday, March 13th and throughout the next few weeks will be cancelled due to employees working remotely. If you require assistance, we will hold a virtual Open Lab on Slack, based out of the new #open-lab channel. We will do our best to support you there or via screen sharing as needed.
So you’ve got yourself a web site, and it’s feeling a little neglected. Why not bring it to the Open Lab? Or maybe you don’t have a website but you need a new one. Stop by and learn what is involved in working with our incredible content management system (Drupal). You can also find out what resources are available to help you along the way.
Think of the Open Labs as a sort of 4-H club for website owners. It's a free program that embodies the spirit of experimentation, learning and collaboration. Each session will have members of Web Services and University Marketing on hand. We have developers, site builders, graphic artists, content organizers, analytics gurus. And if we don't have experience on hand, we are happy to make recommendations or learn with you.
Bring your projects to the lab and we’ll assemble a team on the fly to either workshop solutions right on the spot or set you on a course to continue to work on your own with confidence. Are you lacking a robust web support team? Well now for two hours per week you’ve got one.
It is a computer lab, so you don't have to bring a laptop, but if you have one it might be useful to bring it and work on a computer you are familiar with.